Welcome to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office District 19 Town of South Palm Beach. The Town of South Palm Beach was incorporated in 1955, and located on a barrier island between the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Intracoastal Waterway to the west. It is approximately 5/8th of a mile long, bordered by the Town of Palm Beach to the north, and the Town of Lantana to the south. This beautiful coastal community is home to approximately 3,000 permanent and seasonal residents.
I am Sergeant Mark Garrison and it is an honor to continue serving the residents, businesses, and visitors of this great community. My service philosophy is rooted in problem solving/community oriented policing, beginning with a strong bond between law enforcement and our residents. This, along with being transparent and accessible, is paramount in addressing our community’s needs, expectations, and preserving its quality of life.
Our deputies are fully committed to providing a professional standard of service. Employing traditional and innovative strategies tailored to meet everyday challenges and specific needs. Some of our crime prevention and community resources include Aviation, Crime Scene, K-9, Investigations, Marine Patrol & Enforcement, Traffic & Motor units, Community Policing, ATVs, Bike Units, Emergency Response Teams, and a high-profile officer presence to deter crimes of opportunity.
Our problem solving policing philosophy, is key to preserving our community’s quality of life for all who live, work or visit the Town of South Palm Beach. Please feel free to contact me, or any of our dedicated staff, if you have any questions or simply wish to stop by and visit.
Sergeant Mark Garrison
District 19 Town of South Palm Beach
We were at Einstein Brothers Bagels in Boca Raton yesterday until 10:00 am mingling with local residents answering questions and addressing any of their concerns. By the way, there is nothing more rewarding for us than hearing “Thank you for your service!” It’s our duty, to serve and protect the residents of Palm Beach County. […]
When PBSO Employee Michele Denski heard our community had a bee problem, she threw on her bee keeper gear and took care of the problem on her own time, collected the bees and transported them to a safe location. She not only solved a problem for our community, but acted as a dedicated conservationist. BEE […]